Weston, Florida is a notable city. It consistently appears in CNN Money’s list of 100 Best Places to Live in America--and if dogs could talk, it would top the list! Weston is full of amazing things for dogs and dog owners to do together. You can find ten veterinarians and animal hospitals in Weston, so you know this town keeps their pets healthy. Celebrate with a trip to Japan Inn, where a wide variety of Asian fusion meals are served to their covered, dog-friendly patio!
Vista Park in Weston is a fantastic place to take your dog and the rest of the family. This 30-acre park makes room for lighted sports fields and sheltered picnic grounds. Dogs will love the walking paths that connect the various areas of the park. You can also spend time in Gator Run Park where leashed dogs are welcome to explore. Grassy fields are the main draw, but there’s also an open air pavilion, small playground, and picnic grounds for resting after your walk.
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The Peace Mound Park in Tequesta is a great place to exercise your dog and learn about Florida at the same time. You can see a Tequesta (local Native American) burial mound in the park. Your dog is probably going to be more impressed with the walking paths, though! This 8-acre park has plenty of room to explore, so hit the walking trails to wear out your pup. Your dog does have the remain leashed inside the park, but with so much to do, he won’t even notice! Bring your own bowl so your dog can drink from the fountains.
Heron Park in the Three Village Road neighborhood of Weston is a laid back, community oriented park. It does have a playground and some picnic features, but most of the park is open space. If the sports fields aren’t in use, your dog is welcome to explore them. There is also a small lake and a path that wraps around it. This path is an excellent choice for a scenic dog walk. The lake is known to gather ducks, so keep a firm grip on your pup’s leash! Sadly, splashing in the lake is off limits, so bring plenty of water to help your dog cool down!
Golden Society is the premiere neighborhood for dog friendly dining. There are four restaurants within blocks of each other, each with great food and dog-friendly outdoor seating! Graziano’s offers entrees from paninis to grilled steaks, with an emphasis on bold Italian flavor. Primetime is an American cuisine restaurant that serves all three meals, and complimentary doggie bowls of water to the patio. Tarantella Ristorante is a family-friendly Italian restaurant that serves hearty food in ample portions. It’s perfect for family dining, especially since canine family members aren’t left out! Last but not least is The Cheese Course, a restaurant that specializes in all things cheese. Grab a wine pairing or a sandwich and dine outdoors with your dog.
Indian Trace Park serves the Bermuda Springs community. It’s primarily a hub for children. There are wide fields that are taken over for soccer leagues and the like on weekends, as well as a playground and some picnic tables. Social dogs will love the crowds, but shy dogs will have a better time if you avoid the peak weekend morning and after school hours. There are walking paths in the park, which are great for walking your dog! Leashed dogs are the only sort allowed in Indian Trace Park. Bring a doggie bowl for your pup to enjoy the drinking fountains.
The Weston Regional Park in Savanna is packed with amenities. There are basketball courts, a community center, and lighted fields for baseball, softball, and soccer. Dogs won’t be impressed by the buildings, but take them to hike the fitness trail and you’ll see nothing but wagging tails! This path is itself an easy rated path, but there are exercise stations set up along the way that challenge you to turn your hike into a real workout. Either way, once you’ve looped the trail, there are picnic areas where you can relax and enjoy the grass and the Florida sun. Dogs must be leashed in Weston Regional Park.